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Liverpool fans have once again booed the national anthem ahead of their side’s FA Cup final against Chelsea.
The national anthem is traditionally played at domestic finals played at Wembley. However, Liverpool fans are well known for booing God Save the Queen at the home of English football.
There are a multitude of reasons as to why Liverpool fans – and people from the city in general – choose not to associate themselves with the English national anthem. The origins of why the red half of Merseyside boo the national anthem can be traced back to the 1980s.
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